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Please find attached as a PDF file the CoP15 Doc relating to Tanzania's proposal for the sale of its ivory from a species listed in CITES Appendix II.



If the proposal of the United Republic of Tanzania were adopted, all ivory of Tanzanian origin, no matter where it is held, would effectively be from a species in CITES Appendix II. However, the adoption of the proposed annotation would mean that no trade in ivory would be possible under the provisions relating to species in Appendix II except for hunting trophies and the specified stock of raw ivory owned by the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and derived from natural mortality and from problem animal control. All other ivory of Tanzanian origin would be subject to the provisions for trade relating to species in Appendix I.




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